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#LFE #lowfrequencyexpander #review #demo #walkthrough This can give you 3 complex LFOs, additional envelope, sequencer and arpeggiator plus loads of extra functionality. Well worth a look if you've got a Sequential Prophet or OB-6... or any synth with limited modulation. It can work with anything that accepts MIDI CC. 🤍 Yoricktechltd🤍gmail.com 🤍 If you're looking at buying a new synth try this link for Perfect Circuit - I might get a bung ;) 🤍 For some more in depth tutorials specifically on the 2600 and loads more on others :)... ► Patreon: 🤍 ►ClubbingTV From the Studio: 🤍 Other places you’ll find me: ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Bandcamp 🤍 0:00 intro 4:44 Hardware 6:31 MIDI Connection 7:13 Main Operation 9:42 Envelope/Sequencer 16:52 LFO 1&2 20:54 LFO Delay and Fade 22:40 Mult 23:53 LFO 3 25:46 Arp 27:34 Sub & Voice Modes 29:06 Selective Note Aftertouch 30:15 MPE 33:04 CC Synth - Super 6 35:16 Final Thoughts
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I reviewed the ow Frequency Expander back in 2019 when it was just a single Prototype for the Sequential OB6. Original Review - 🤍 Earlier this Year, Steve from Yorick Tech popped around with a new version with an updated Design to match the aesthetics of the Sequential Prophet 5/10 and with a whole host of updates inside too. Due to bereavement I wasn't able to edit the video, however I have now put it together, demonstrating a variety of functions, as well as with a few different Synths. W: 🤍 FB: 🤍 00:00 - Intro 01:02 - Overview 02:50 - Prophet 10 Demo 19:50 - Korg Prologue Demo 25:54 - CV with BARP 2600 29:32 - MPE with OB6 36:46 - CC Synth with JX-3P 38:38 - Global Menu
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Low Frequency Expander - Demo of first 10 OB-6 factory patches with and without LFE - make sure your Closed Captions/subtitles are on!
The LFE now stores patch names and categories. Each time a patch is selected on the synth, the LFE will display the name and category. You can also step through all the patches in a particular category e.g. Lead so you can find a patch easily without having to memorise all 1000 patch names and categories. Yorick Tech Ltd See Facebook 🤍facebook.com/yoricktech Or contact yoricktechltd🤍gmail.com
🤍 OB6 Patches - 🤍 Prophet 6 Patches - 🤍 So I heard through the Grapevine, well, it was Gearslutz...That a Synth enthusiast had made an external "Box" that adds extra LFO's and other things to the Dave Smith Instruments OB6/Sequential Prophet 6, but at the time I didn't look into it. Then a fellow Gearslut sent me a link to the discussion and I was surprised at how good it looked and the possibilities that it could offer these fantastic instruments. So, after a very brief exchange, the developer from Yorick Tech visited my Studio and I did an overview review.
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Yorick Tech just released an update that included the use of the LFE with the Moog Voyager. Here is a little taste of what it can do. Descriptions of what's going on are throughout the video. Enjoy. For more information on the LFE: 🤍 Please make sure to hit that thumbs up, comment and subscribe for more videos. I am going to be sharing more production tips and tricks as well as doing some gear demos inside songs, to really let you know how usable and accessible sounds are within pieces of gear. Feel free to request some stuff and I will see what I can do. Follow my work on social media 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Just got the P10 today and thought I'd have a play with the LFE's arpeggiator and with sending clock synced LFOs to control filter envelope decay, Poly Mod depth, filter envelope amount and filter envelope attack. Just having a play with what's possible - not trying to be even remotely musical! The pattern is the arpeggiator in Played Order mode. The LFE display's left column shows the clock sync division, e.g. 8 is one cycle per 8th note and 2b is one cycle per 2 bars.
Just received the Low Frequency Expander for the OB-6 (and Prophet 6) and doing some experimentation. Here, LFO 1 controls filter frequency, LFO 2 controls resonance and LFO 3 controls distortion amount. The envelope adds a subtle scoop in pitch to Osc 2. This module adds an incredible amount of flexibility to the OB-6. Thanks, Steve Hunt!
I had just got the Octatrack and the Launchpad and was in the mode of making a bunch of sequences and dumping them into the Octatrack for cutting up and processing. This sound was my first attempt at combining the two. Hope you enjoy the video. Leave any comments or questions below. Please make sure to hit that thumbs up and subscribe for more videos. I am going to be sharing more production tips and tricks as well as doing some gear demos inside songs, to really let you know how usable and accessible sounds are within pieces of gear. Feel free to request some gear and sounds in the songs below and I will see what I can do. Follow my work on social media 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
The LFE was designed to control the OB6 and Prophet 6 synths but is now able to control the Nord Wave 2 and Korg Prologue as well. Just a quick demo to show some of the modulation possibilities available - there are about 80 modulation destinations which can be controlled by 4 generators: a 6-stage envelope that can also be a 16 step modulation sequencer, and 3 complex LFOs. Each can also be multiplied by another controller, so the level of each modulator can be affected by aftertouch, velocity, mod wheel, one of the other modulators etc...
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For the Prophet 5 and 10 and other synths that don't have an Arpeggiator, the LFE now has one. It runs off either its own internal clock or from a midi clock. It has the usual Up, Down, Up-down, random and played-order modes. It also has a Down-up mode, 4 octave repeats and the gate length can go up to 200% of the note length so that adjacent notes overlap. The synth you hear is an OB-6. Now taking orders for LFE Batch 7 for delivery in June/July 2021. Yorick Tech Ltd can be reached at yoricktechltd🤍gmail.com
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Low Frequency Expander using CCs and NRPNs 1st. LFO1 with falling saw wave synced to key press gives a burst of Chorus at the start of the note which decays away. 2nd LFO3 adds a chiff of noise at the start of the note and is velocity dependent 3rd the Mod Wheel brings in the OB6's LFO to mod the filter and I use LFO2's 'mod slot' to send Aftertouch to change the frequency of the OB6's LFO 4th the LFE's 16 step sequencer controls the VCO2 X-Mod. If you want including in a future batch then message me at: 🤍 stevehunt99🤍gmail.com
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Quick demo of the Expander's CV in and CV out First: LFO 1 random waveform to CV out Second: LFO 2 off, but multipled by CV in, which is receiving Mod Wheel, so the CV out = mod wheel Third: LFO 3 multiplied by CV in (Mod Wheel) going to CV out. CV out is going to two of my filters, set to move in opposite directions, one of which is high pass. No Midi involved. The CV input/output is a £25 cost-option for the Low Frequency Expander.
Demo of LFO2. LFO1 is identical. SHIFT button lets me change the waveshape. For Tri and Sin, it changes the symmetry so it moves from saw up through tri (or sin) to saw down. With the ramp up and down, it changes the shape from exponential up, through linear to exponential down. For square it changes the pulse width. For the Step waveform, SHIFT determines how many steps there are. (Using a negative Amount will make the steps go down rather than up). For Random it changes the timebase, so the pulses occur more randomly as well as having random levels. For slew, it changes the slew rate between steps. For Walk, it changes the walking step size.
Demo 4 of the LFE using Midi Polyphonic Expression (MPE) to modulate each of the synth's 6 voices independently. This also works for the Prophet 6. LFO1 square wave controlling pitch of VCO1 and 2 stepping an octave. LFO2 square wave controlling filter cutoff running at a faster clock multiple. LFO3 ramp up/tri/ramp down controlling VCO1 frequency, sync making the classic sync sound. Each LFO is sync'd to the synth's clock and has its own clock divisor so they can make crazy synchronised patterns. Later I turn on the synth's delay and play with its clock divisor, also sync'd to the same clock. MPE allows each of these 3 LFOs to run a separate LFO for each of the synth's 6 voices, so that's 3 x 6 = 18 LFOs running together. There's actually an extra set of 3 global LFOs and 7 envelopes that I'm not using in this demo. Also see: 🤍 🤍 🤍 There's still a lot of work for me to do to be able to release this to LFE customers so this is just a taster of things to come for the LFE! yoricktechltd🤍gmail.com 🤍
The Yorick Tech LFE is doing two things here: 1. Adding a second voice per note, an octave and a fifth above the played note. This starts with a negative velocity offset so that it comes in with stronger playing. Later the offset is changed at the LFE, affecting the balance between the played and extra notes. 2. Release AfterTouch (RAT) increases the Release time if AfterTouch is applied just before releasing the note. By applying AT in this way, I can make some notes/chords play with longer Releases. No sustain pedal used in this demo. RAT could equally be applied to any other synth parameter or external FX setting, for example increasing delay or reverb depths after the note has been released.
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Quick demo of the Expander's CV in and CV out First: LFO 1 random waveform to CV out Second: LFO 2 off, but multipled by CV in, which is receiving Mod Wheel, so the CV out = mod wheel Third: LFO 3 multiplied by CV in (Mod Wheel) going to CV out. CV out is going to two of my filters, set to move in opposite directions, one of which is high pass. No Midi involved. The CV input/output is a cost-option for the Low Frequency Expander.
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My Yorick Tech LFE is out of shot. Notice how ONLY the highest note I play is getting vibrato from aftertouch! It's taking normal channel aftertouch from the OB6, working out which is the highest note I'm playing and then sends aftertouch back to the OB6, but only on the highest note. It can also send for the lowest, first or latest notes instead. Most of the benefits of a poly aftertouch keyboard but using a standard synth with mono (channel) aftertouch. Sorry about the shaky camera! yoricktechltd🤍gmail.com 🤍
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The Yorick Tech Low Frequency Expander is being used here with MPE (Midi Polyphonic Expression) to control the aftertouch section of the synth, then the pitch bend and then the filter cutoff. MPE allows each of the synth's 6 voices to have its aftertouch, pitch and filter cutoff (or PWM) controlled independently, i.e. POLYPHONICALLY! The OB6 can assign aftertouch (coming from the LFE via MPE) to the pitch of its VCO(s), loudness, LFO depth, filter cutoff or filter mode. In the first demo here, it is controlling VCO1's frequency, and as the VCOs are synced to VCO2, this gives the characteristic sync sound. The LFE is also multiplying each of its 6 envelopes by velocity, so each voice gets a different amount of sync envelope depending on each note's velocity. The second part of this demo uses MPE to control the pitch bend of each of the synth's 6 voices. I'm using it here with 6 LFOs to generate vibrato, again multiplied by polyphonic velocity to give vibrato with each note having slightly different vibrato rates and depths controlled by its velocity. The third part of the demo uses the MPE 'Y-channel' which the synth can assign to filter cutoff or PWM. Here it is being used to control filter cutoff, again with velocity affecting each of the LFE's 6 sawtooth LFOs so that each note can have different LFO depth. This will all do the same with a Prophet 6. This is an excerpt of a song of mine called 'Did we do the right thing?' There's still a lot of work for me to do to be able to release this to LFE customers so this is just a taster of things to come for the LFE! see: 🤍 🤍 yoricktechltd🤍gmail.com 🤍
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The LFE captures the after touch value just before the last key is released and uses this to control any parameter on the synth (or midi CC-enabled effects). It can be used a lot like Release Velocity to affect things after the key has been released, often Release times, FX depths etc. Here, an LFE customer is using RAT to bring in extra filter modulation after the note has been released, but only when he gives the note a quick push before letting go.
The Yorick Tech Low Frequency Expander (LFE) is designed primarily for the Sequential / DSI OB-6 and Prophet 6 synthesizers, but it can now also control the Korg Prologue - another synth with relatively few modulation sources. The LFE adds 3 complex LFOs and a complex 6-stage envelope generator which can also be used as a 2 to 16 step sequencer. This is a simple demo of what the LFE can add to a few of the Prologue's factory patches. Not trying to be remotely musical here, just showing some of the extra modulation abilities on offer. 🤍facebook.com/yoricktech 1. Runner Brass. Two slow LFOs modulating VCO1 and VCO2 shapes giving a very rich sound, envelope modulating filter resonance so each note starts without resonance, another (fast) LFO modulating filter frequency but only brought in with increasing velocity. 2. June Pad. Chorus speed controlled with envelope so it speeds up through the note then slows down. Reverb off during note but then full depth after note released. 3. In my dream. Velocity and LFE's envelope modulating Xmod depth, velocity modulating timbre balance reducing the level of the 'tinkle' with more velocity. LFO 3 comes in after about 2 seconds with a repeating pattern modulating the filter frequency, then I change the pattern type. 4. Solid Bass. Complex envelope modulating filter freq , LFO1 modulating VCO1 shape to give more richness, LFO2 is a key-triggered saw wave modulating Osc3 shape which gives a dark beat, LFO3 does the same with resonance giving a ching-ching beat with increasing velocity. 5. Opal mine. 7-step sequencer controlling filter frequency, filter freq and res controlled by LFO 2 and 3 giving the flutter effect, velocity controlling the Korg's LFO rate. 6. ReeseFlux. Envelope controlling the Korg's LFO rate and the depth of LFO1's sine wave which is modulating filter drive. LFOs 2 and 3 are modulating resonance and filter freq which come in after a few seconds. 8. Sherbet. Longer sequence modulating filter freq, LFO2 modulating Osc3 shape with velocity, LFO3 modulating filter res. 9. Raid rush. Envelope modulating filter env depth, velocity controlling the Korg's amp envelope's Attack time, LFO 2 modulating Osc3 level with a saw wave, LFO3 controlling filter freq. 10. Sparkle. Envelope controlling Osc 3 shape, 3 LFOs coming in after a del and/or fade to modulate filter frequency and VCO1 shape. 11. Poly spread. Complex envelope controlling filter freq and 3 LFOs coming in after delays to modulate 2 VCO shapes and filter env depth, one with just 3 cycles. 14. Cinematica. Envelope controlling Osc3 shape, filter freq controlled by a delayed stepped wave from LFO1, LFO2 modulating resonance, LFO3 brought in by velocity to affect VCO2 Octave giving the repeating beat pattern.